Chateau Sainte Sabine
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Travel Blogs from Pouilly-en-Auxois
Another good night's sleep and breakfast is served outdoors at our hotel, it is delightful, this is the life. And then its back on the road again and the holiday weekend traffic hits, we spend hours sitting in traffic either side of Lyon, we slowly continue making our way south, Goz even talks about getting out the song sheets..... luckily we have Suzie the GPS lady who frequently warns us that our route is experiencing ...
... and didn't see her first time as she is so small. A lovely city to walk around. We were in and out of the little shops, but still enjoyed the Rue de la Liberte which is very wide and impressive.
We had dinner at a place that was under new ownership - 2 brothers and they'd been there 2 months. They prided themselves on fresh food. "Le Flagrant Delice" - food was tasty and a bit different.
Have to go - have another day to do yet. And it's a doozy!
... some cumulous clouds, a bird that we don’t know if it’s a heron or a crane or an egret (oh Pete - I could so use you and Marcia!) and as Cindy said - baguettes just smell so good! - and the church bells ring a lot - and the walls are really old and it’s nice to pet them.
So, yeah. I am probably right up there with luckiest human on the planet. And for some odd reason, the old barge that has been turned into a night club is ...
... see their vineyards. We passed through Pommard on the way to Beaunewhere we tasted Aligote, C******nay, 2 Pinot noire and a creme de Cassis before touring the Hotel Dieu a beautifully tiled roof old former hospital. There were several rooms of artwork also including a famous polyptych by Roger Van der Weyden. The town itself was quite pretty. We then followed the thruway back to Chalon Sur Saone for a delicious dinner on board.
... s church. There is abundant limestone in the surrounding area, so all of the buildings are of limestone construction.
Tonight was our first night on the ship, the River Discoverer II. It is a larger ship than we are used to carrying 174 passengers. It is 2-3 years old. Our suite is very nice and quite large. I especially like the bathroom which has a full shower and a jacuzzi tub. I am looking forward to the rest of the trip.
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- Free parking